Located in Manhattan's Upper West Side neighborhood, 246 West 102nd Street is a pre-war low-rise rental building. Built in 1925, 246 W 102nd Street is maintained for modern-day conveniences. The building rises 5 stories and has 10 residential units.
A blend of classic turn-of-the-century apartment buildings, row after row of majestic townhouses lining serene residential streets; countless mom-and-pop stores and the world-renowned Lincoln Center… set the wonderfully exhilarating tone for the Upper West Side living. One of the city’s most desirable neighborhoods, Upper West Side stretches from 59th to 96th Streets, from Central Park West to the Hudson River. Nestled around Central Park, the area was traditionally considered more progressive and hip than its East-Side namesake. The last two decades brought with them a re-defining facelift: luxury high-rise residences, and upscale restaurants were added to the mix – attracting the socially active in addition to the artsy and the relaxed.